Uvic Cupe 951 Collective Agreement

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Collective bargaining under the 2019-2022 Sustainable Services Bargaining Mandate is complete at UVic and is underway across BC`s public sector. Nearly 290,000 of the 330,000 unionized public sector employees in BC are covered by interim or ratified agreements negotiated under this mandate. (a) In accordance with the procedures laid down in Articles 27.04, 27.05 and 27.06, the established controller(s), supervisor, manager or union may apply to the JJEC for an appeal against the job evaluation. The application must state the reasons for this disagreement and contain any additional information relevant to the assessment of the organization. The incumbent, the hierarchical superior and the manager are informed that they have the right to meet the JJEC. Regular faculties, temporary departments and librarians are represented by the Faculty Association in collective bargaining with UVic. Collective bargaining with the university`s six groups of unionized workers takes place every two years. As of April 2020, the University of Victoria successfully concluded negotiations with the six members of its staff following negotiations that began in 2019. This website is a source of accurate information about the collective bargaining process and aims to keep you informed of the state of collective bargaining at UVic. The Labour and Labour Relations team works closely with all managers and human resources advisors on all matters relating to the interpretation and application of collective agreements. To request opposition to the assessment, please complete the claim form and send it to jec951@uvic.ca. (b) The JJEC is made available to the Human Resources Department for all relevant documents and reviews the application.

Before carrying out an assessment, the JJEC invites the complainants to a meeting with the Committee and decides whether to subsequently interview the incumbents and/or supervisors and/or carry out site visits. The JJEC then assesses the position(s) on the basis of the plan and informs the manager(s) and holder(s) of the final credit rating decision in case of consensus. If there is consensus on the final rating decision, it is final and binding. In the absence of consensus, the matter will be referred to the parties to resolve the disagreement under Article 27.11 CUPE 4163 is known as Victoria`s Educational Employees` Union University. The room consists of three „components“, each with its own tariff language. Teaching assistants, laboratory assistants, French and English teachers and municipal officials are among the staff represented by CUPE 4163 (1 &2) in collective bargaining with UVic. Sessionsal Instructors, Continuing Instructors and Music Performance Instructors are collaborators represented by CUPE 4163 (component 3) in collective bargaining with UVic. See collective agreement for fixed-term rights of workers. For more details on the above provisions, you will find in your collective agreement Administrative and academic employees are represented by the Professional Employees Association (PEA) in collective bargaining with UVic. . .


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